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If you fancy a shiny new Galaxy Note9, Telstra is offering some pretty sweet deals. Along with the Note9, which comes with 512GB of storage for the price of 128GB, Telstra is throwing in a Galaxy Tab A at no extra cost. The device is being offered under Telstra's new plans, which aim to simplify life for consumers.


The Galaxy Unpacked event kicks off at 1:00AM EST. During the event, one of the worst kept secrets in the tech world will be revealed. The Galaxy Note 9 will see its public debut. Here's how to watch the launch and be among the first in the world to feast their eyes on Samsung's latest flagship phablet.


Samsung's folding 'Galaxy X' is one of the industry's worst-kept secrets. The company showed off a prototype at IFA 2018 and explicitly named "foldable OLED smartphones" as one of its key products for the next financial year.

Previously, it had been assumed that the Galay X would be offered in extremely limited quantities to gauge consumers' interest in this new, experimental form factor. However, a new report from Samsung suggests that there are much grander plans in store for this technology.


Most companies like to announce their new products and then have them instantly available on their website after the big reveal. But Samsung likes to do things a little differently. The company has revealed their new Galaxy Watch, as well as a few other tidbits, by popping them onto their public-facing website overnight. Samsung had a full product page for the new smartwatch up and running although the the party-poopers have 404-ed that for now. So, what do we know about the Samsung Galaxy Watch range.


Rumours of a foldable smartphone or tablet have abounded over the last year or so with both Samsung and Microsoft rumoured to be creating new devices that can be doubled over making them small to carry but offering much larger displays.

Reports are coming in that Samsung's new foldable device - codenamed Galaxy X - will be coming in early 2019. It will be larger than any smartphone before it - with an eye-watering price tag to match.


We're still several months away from the release of a new flagship smartphone from Samsung but that doesn't mean the rumours and leaks aren't coming in thick and fast. Ming-Chi Kuo, from TF International Securities, has a reputation for delivering high quality information on upcoming products and his sources have given him the inside track on a number of things we've not picked up on before.


As most Galaxy owners probably know, Samsung phones come with their own app store, Galaxy Apps, which includes items such as new fonts and Edge setups for your device as well as other apps and games. It can be a great resource when you want to customise your phone and a great annoyance if you accidentally turn on notifications from the store.


With the announcement of Microsoft's new Surface Go, there will be more than a few nervous folks at the Apple and Samsung head offices. The Surface Go promises to deliver a lot in a compact and inexpensive package that could single-handedly put a massive dent in not just those tablet makers' bottom line but also the entire Chromebook market. Here's a look at how the Microsoft Surface Go compares to its major competitors.


The Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be something very special indeed. Previously, we've heard murmurings of a fingerprint-sensing touchscreen, a truly bezel-free display and a Exynos 9820 CPU featuring a next-gen Mongoose M4 core.

Now we have some equally intriguing news about the camera. If true, it could blow every other smartphone in early 2019 out of the water.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 remains one of the most attractive and feature-packed phones on the market. With the Note 9 expected to launch sometime in August, you can expect its price to drop considerably in the months ahead. Hurrah!

However, bargain hunters should think twice about picking one up if they're also likely to drop it. Put simply, the Note 8's "survival rate" after suffering a fall isn't that great.


HD TVs have come a long way since the days of the first flatscreens, but here's a little secret for you: this year's new, fancy, top line TVs aren't really going to improve much on last year's new, fancy top line TVs. If you're in the market for a new display, you're better off looking for older, discounted models.